At a sold-out event at the Porsche Museum in Germany, engineers and drivers paired up to showcase several racing cars. The purpose? To listen intently to the engines of rare sports cars. Porsche Sound Night has been a favorite international event of Porsche enthusiasts for six years now. Of the 2016 evening, Porsche describes, “Visitors were…able to listen to the engine of the winning vehicle from Le Mans in 1977. The 936/77 Spyder was presented by racing legend Jürgen Barth. Later on in the evening, visitors had the chance to enjoy the engine sounds of the 804 Formula 1 racing car from 1962, the 911 Carrera RSR 3.0 from 1974 and the 956 C. Some of the latest vehicles were also present, including the new 718 Boxster and the 911 R.” The sound of a Porsche is distinct, and the company was excited to host an event honoring the roars of Porsches from the past!